A corn is similar to a callus and has similar causes. A corn is almost always on a foot and usually on a toe. It is smaller than a callus and is conical in shape with the apex of the cone directed inward. This shape accounts for the pain felt when pressure is applied to a corn. Soft corns are usually located between the toes where they are kept moist and softened perspiration.
For the symptoms of corns and calluses with thick hardened layers of skin developing mostly on the hands and feet.
COMPOSITION: GRAPHITES, ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM, FERRUM PICRICUM, THUJA OCCIDENTALIS, ACIDUM NITRICUM, RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS.